Family Hula Dancing Classes

Family Hula Classes

For Ages Five Through Adult

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About our Hula Dancing Classes

Class Schedules & Studio Locations

Class Description

Students will learn Hawaiian dance accompanied by chant or song. 

Movements will include both foot work, hand gestures and many Hawaiian words which will be explained and translated. 

Students will develop the ability to not only perform hula

but also know the meaning of the words and be able to translate them through dance.

Hula Class Dress Code

Girls should wear a colorful skirt or skirt (preferred), and a comfortable but snug fitting top and bare feet. Boys should wear colorful shorts, and a comfortable but snug fitting top and bare feet.

Meet Your Hula Teacher

Kalena Tadio, (center) Hula and Hip Hop Teacher American Dance Institute

Kalena joins the American Dance Institute's Shoreline studios, where she will teach hip-hop hula and contemporary dance and will instruct adults, teens, and children.

Kalena Tadio started dancing when she was five years old. She studied hip-hop, hula, ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical/contemporary, and modern dance.

She received training at Pac West Performing Arts in Snohomish, Washington. She has gone on to teach and choreograph many performances.

Kalena loves to dance and wants to share it with all her students.

She can't wait to dance with you!

Six spacious dance studios in four locations including Greenwood, Wedgwood, Magnolia, and Shoreline.

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